- France awards health workers pay rises worth €8bn (£7.2bn; $9bn) after a series of protests
- The number of confirmed global infections since the outbreak began passes 13m
- In England, face masks will be compulsory in shops from 24 July
- The UK could see about 120,000 new coronavirus deaths in a second wave of infections this winter
- California reimposes restrictions on indoor activities including bars and restaurants
- Singapore's economy plunges by 41% compared to the previous quarter
- Hong Kong Disneyland to close less than a month after reopening, as the city reimposes distancing rules
Welcome back to our rolling live coverage of the global pandemic as it continues to fundamentally change many aspects of our lives.
Here are the latest updates:
- Globally more than 13 million people have now been infected with the virus, with a million cases being added in the last week
- Worrying news out of Hong Kong which will implement new social distancing rules from midnight, as well as close Disneyland again
- Singapore's economy, one of the first to report second quarter results, has seen a sharp contraction as it enters a technical recession
- And in England, face masks will be compulsory in shops from 24 July
California reimposes sweeping restrictionsThe US state of California has reimposed restrictions on businesses and public spaces amid a spike in infections.
Gavin Newsom, the governor of the most populous state in the US, ordered an immediate halt to all indoor activities at restaurants, bars, entertainment venues, zoos and museums.
In the worst-affected counties, churches, gyms and hairdressers will also close.
The re-imposition of the restrictions comes after a 20% rise in people testing positive in the past two weeks.
California, which has a population of nearly 40 million, has more than 330,000 Covid-19 cases and more than 7,000 deaths.
Read more about the new restrictions here.
Which countries are worst affected?More than 13 million people have been infected with Covid-19 and that number is rising sharply.
Here are the worst affected countries in terms of overall caseloads:
US: 3,363,056 cases
Brazil: 1,884,967 cases
India: 878,254 cases
Russia: 732,547 cases
Peru: 330,123 cases
Here are the places where the most people have died:
US: 125,605 deaths
Brazil: 72,833 deaths
United Kingdom: 44,915 deaths
Mexico: 35,491 deaths
Italy: 34,967 deaths
This is all according to a running tally by Johns Hopkins University
Hong Kong to impose new rulesHong Kong will impose strict new social distancing measures from midnight Tuesday - as the city sees a new wave of virus infections.
These are some of the new rules that will come into place:
- Compulsory for those on public transport to wear masks, failing which they face a fine of HK$5,000 ($645; £514)
- Restaurants will no longer provide dine in services from 18:00 to 05:00
- Only takeaway will be offered after 18:00
These rules were not implemented during the city's earlier outbreak this year, according to Reuters.
The city's leader Carrie Lam said some of these new measures were "more stringent than in the past" but added that they were crucial to suppressing the latest round of the virus.
Hong Kong recorded 52 new cases on Monday - including 41 locally transmitted cases.
Asia's 'shining star' suffers biggest ever slumpAs the global economy braces for a deep downturn triggered by coronavirus lockdown measures, we've just had an early indicator of the depth of the slump.
That's as new figures show that Singapore’s economy plunged into recession in the last quarter.
Economic growth in the city state shrank by 41.2% compared to the previous quarter, the country's biggest contraction on record.
Authorities forecast Singapore's is now heading for its worst recession since independence from Britain in 1965.
Read more here
Where are cases and deaths still rising?The virus, which causes the respiratory infection Covid-19, was first detected in the Chinese city of Wuhan in late 2019.
It then spread quickly across the globe in the first months of 2020, reaching 12 million confirmed cases by early July.
Europe and North America saw the first major outbreaks in April but as they began to ease, Latin America and Asia started seeing an increase in cases.
North America has seen a resurgence of infections in recent weeks, mostly driven by new outbreaks in the US.
See how the BBC's Visual and Data Journalism team is tracking the global outbreak here .
India's Bangalore heads back into lockdownThe southern Indian city of Bangalore, with a population of more than 8 million people, will go back under lockdown for a week amid rising cases.
India started to ease out of its stringent lockdown in June, but cases across varying regions have continued to spike at different points, prompting some cities and states to reimpose lockdowns or curbs.
A handful of southern states have been in the local news recently as infections have started to steadily climb in the region. Bangalore is the capital of Karnataka state, which has confirmed nearly 40,000 cases.
Starting Tuesday, public transport will be halted, only essential shops will be allowed to remain open and all religious places will be shut, among other restrictions.
With more than 870,000 confirmed cases, India has the third-highest number of infections after the US and Brazil.
Coronavirus surged as nightlife returned in ArizonaJimmy Flores used to think coronavirus was "fake news" until he got the virus and was in hospital for over a week. He thinks he contracted it from a night out after Arizona's governor lifted stay at home restrictions in May.
But because of the spikes in cases the governor has mandated non-essential business close again.
Coronavirus surged as nightlife returned in Arizona